Type: Boulder
FA: John Gill
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Shared By: Mike Sofranko on Oct 20, 2001
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Yet another 'bolder' problem at Rotary Park. Begin near the left side of the west face of the Eliminator Boulder. Grab the only hold on the face with your right hand, grab a rounded corner with your left, get your feet up, and lunge way left for the obvious crack. Getting there is the easy part, holding on and controlling your swing is the key. Once you're back under control, get a foot in the crack, and pull up on jugs to the top.

Harder folks will do this static. Showboat types will do a double dyno. I've seen folks fall on this without a TR, and it is a scary sight. I used the TR setup for the Horsetooth Hang, and got the problem relatively easily, such that I doubt the V5 grade. But, this is one that I just can't ever see myself doing ropeless - it is even more committing than the Pinch as far as I'm concerned.

Protection Suggest change

Several crash pads, mattresses, large and strong spotters who like you. Or, for the sane, weak, and shameless - a TR rig.

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